Sunday school provides supplementary teaching on subjects outside the regular service. Multiple classes are offered for all ages and interests, from cultural events to expositional Bible Study to Christian life. Sunday school occurs between the services every Sunday.
NEW WINTER QUARTER CLASS ELECTIVES
Gospel of Mark Classroom 1
Teacher: Alex Hause
“The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the son of God.” With these powerful words, Mark lays the foundation and sets the trajectory of his story of God’s good news. In this class we will be taking a hard look at these 16 chapters, hoping not only to learn more about this shortest and arguably earliest-written record of Jesus, but also to learn and develop some strategies to help us in our own personal Bible reading and ultimately
draw us closer to God, the One to whom this story points.
Focus on the Family’s True Spirituality (Becoming a
Romans 12 Christian) by Chip Ingram Classroom 3/5
Teachers: Clayton Safritt and Steve Motsay
Christians today live in a world that is activity-heavy and
relationship-tight. The result is spiritual emptiness. We struggle to know what God wants from us and for us…and we’re unsure what a real relationship with God really looks like. Guided by sermons from Chip Ingram on Romans 12, we will look at God’s clear picture of what a Christian should look like.
Gospel-Centered Family, Becoming the Parents God
Wants You To Be by Tim Chester and Ed Moll Classroom 4
Teacher: Pastor Dave Schlonecker
This discussion-based class explores how whole families
can grow into God-knowing, Christ-confessing, grace-
receiving, servant-heated believers—adults and children
together. We will be looking at how God and His Good
News apply to the many types of families. We are all
different. All kids are different. Let’s see together how God
helps shape our families’ values, attitudes and behaviors.
1 & 2 Samuel
Men’s and Ladies classes
Ladies meet in the Auditorium Overflow and have several teachers.
Men’s Class meets in Room 202. Teachers: Randy Althouse and Gary Karch.